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a. Determine the acceleration at the instant shown.

b. Determine the increase in speed and the normal component of acceleration at *s* = 2 m. At *s* = 0, *v* = 0.

c. Determine the acceleration at the instant shown. The particle has a constant speed of 2m/s.

d. Determine the normal and tangential components of acceleration at s *=* 0 if *v =* (4*s* + 1) m/s, where *s* is in meters.

e. Determine the acceleration at *s* =2 m if
* =* (2 s) m/s^{2}, where *s* is in meters. At *s =* 0, *v =* 1 m/s.

f. Determine the acceleration when *t* = 1 *s* if *v* = (4*t*^{2} + 2) m/s, where *t* is in seconds.

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